Pakistan warns U.S. troops after firefight along violent border

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistan today warned U.S. troops not to…

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – Pakistan today warned U.S. troops not to cross the country’s borders in pursuit of terrorists. This warning comes a day after the U.S. and Pakistan traded fire along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.  Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, who is currently in New York for the U.N. General Assembly, neutralized the warning by praising U.S. military support in Pakistan as a “blessing.”

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  • Walter

    Obama has to go he is a Muslim ass kisser and I am being nice.He is cutting back on the funds and the size of our military as I write this post.I have friends in SOF in Afghanistan right now and my son did 2tours in Iraq will in the Marines and they do not like Obama.That may be one of many reasons the W
    Washington fools are scared of Vets.

  • Walter

    We need to invade Pakistan and Sudi Arabia because thats who is supporting and allowing the nut jobs to live and hide in their country.

  • Donald

    Now we have some new jerks to contend with.

  • IRA MOE

    WE HAD CALL ON INDIA AND MAKE BUDDIES WITH THEM. SINCE MUSARIF LEFT OFFICE THE COUNTRY HAS STARTED TO SWING AWAY FROM US. PAKASTAN WITH BE, LIKE IT ALREADY ISN’T, THE NEW TERROR BASE OF OPERATIONS.
    i NEVER TRUSTED THEM ANYWAY. ALWAYS THOUGHT MUSARIF WAS DEALING OFF THE BOTTOM OF THE DECK.

  • Justin

    I’m tired of the whining Pakistan government. I spent 6 months there training their people how to maintain 5 Huey helicopters that the U.S. gave them. Did they say thank you? NO! They complained that we gave them old helicopters, never mind that they were fresh out of rebuild / overhaul at U.S. tax payers expense. Then complained we didn’t give them basic hand tools to maintain them. They will never be happy so should we care about there borders when they can’t get the job done there selves? I don’t think so.